FSDB Files

FSDB stands for “Fast Signal Data Base”. This file format was developed by NOVAS to replace VCD (value change dump) files. After a number of acquisitions Synopsis Inc owns FSDB. FSDB files are binary and they make use of data compression. As a consequence they are a lot smaller that …

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Graph Software For Raspberry Pi

BeSpice Wave and Easy LV|HV are now available for Linux ARM v7. That means that you can use both tools on Raspberry Pi or equivalent platforms. Our high performance graph software is a perfect match with data loggers on single-board computers. So far we have tested Raspbian and Ubuntu on …

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MPOD crates with TANGO controls

The TANGO control system is a open source control toolkit. It is used for controlling synchrotrons, lasers and physics experiments. It has been developed by a consortium of research institutes. We have developed 2 device servers to control MPOD crates with TANGO. The first device server “WienerMpodLvHvCtrl” establishes a network …

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MPOD crates with EPICS

The EPICS control system is a free and open source control system (https://epics-controls.org). It is used to operate devices such as particle accelerators, telescopes and other large experiments. This page explains how Easy LV|HV makes it simple to control MPOD crates with EPICS. Using an SNMP driver for EPICS MPOD …

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DAC 2018

We will be at the Design Automation Conference in San Francisco from June 25-27. We will be present on Concept Engineering‘s booth (booth 2608) to present our plug-in to SpiceVision and StarVision. Don’t hesitate to meet us there.

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Waveform Viewer For Xyce

BeSpice Wave is a perfect waveform viewer for Xyce as it supports most of it’s waveform formats. Xyce is an open source, SPICE-compatible analog circuit simulator. It has been developed by Sandia National Laboratories. It supports large-scale parallel computing platforms. As a consequence Xyce is capable of solving extremely large …

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DAC 2017

We will be at the Design Automation Conference in Austin, Texas from June 19-21.We will be present on Concept Engineering‘s booth (booth 1028) to present our plug-in to SpiceVision and StarVision. Don’t hesitate to meet us there.  

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